Car accidents are unfortunately a common occurrence in any city like Lancaster, where most people use their cars to get around. The more cars that are out on the road, the greater the risk of being involved in a car accident. You may have already been in a car accident before, but that does not make the experience any less frightening.

Although the experience of being in a car accident can be upsetting and stressful, you do not have to handle it alone. Our Lancaster car accident lawyers are available to assist you with your case so that you do not have to add the additional stress of a car accident claim when are you already overwhelmed. We have handled hundreds of car accident cases and are prepared to handle your claim and get you the compensation that you are owed as a victim of a car accident.

It is important for drivers to be aware of the risks of car accidents and to know how to handle them when they happen. For example, although accidents on the highway are often the most serious, many accidents occur on normal roads, especially at busy intersections or on steep streets if the weather is bad, as often happens in Pennsylvania. Being a careful and diligent driver can help reduce your risk of accidents. Be sure to use your lights at night and in the rain, follow the speed limit and traffic signals, and prepare your vehicle for bad weather conditions such as ice or heavy rain. Most importantly, be aware of the other cars around you while driving and remain alert.

However, even the most careful drivers can still get involved in accidents, because not all other drivers on the road are equally careful. Although all accidents can be dangerous, the worst are often head-on collisions or side collisions, which often occur at intersections. High speed accidents are also especially dangerous.

In such serious accidents, you can expect your vehicle to suffer extensive damages, and you also run the risk of suffering serious injuries. The most common injuries from car accidents are head and neck injuries, like whiplash and concussions. These can sometimes be reduced by wearing your seatbelt and making sure your airbag is functional , but unfortunately these do not always prevent injuries in car accidents. In serious crashes, you could even experience serious burns and lacerations, brain trauma, or spinal cord injuries, which if left untreated can turn into much more serious health problems like disabilities or paralysis. Sometimes, they can even be fatal.

After a car accident, some people make the mistake of delaying seeking medical care. However, your health is the single most important thing to take care of after a collision. The best thing you can do is to call 911 and to alert the local police of your accident. The dispatcher can also alert the local emergency medical services so that you can be transported to a hospital or emergency room as quickly as possible. The police will assist at the scene of the accident, making sure all of the appropriate information is gathered about what happened so that you can be treated for your injuries.

Some people also delay seeking medical attention because of how expensive medical care can be, especially in emergency situations that often require several days in the hospital and extensive medical procedures like surgery. The expenses can continue to add up even after you leave the hospital if you have to take certain prescriptions or do physical therapy. And, of course, you will have to pay to have your car repaired, and if your car was totaled, you could be looking at the cost of a new car as well.

Fortunately, it is for these very reasons that a Lancaster car accident attorney is available to assist you after your accident. We understand how much of a financial burden it is to be involved in an accident that was not your fault, and we want to make sure that your and your family’s finances are protected while you handle the stressful aftermath of a car accident.

We are available to help you prepare your claim with the insurance companies so that all of the required evidence and documentation is available. We will also negotiate on your behalf with the insurance company so that they do not try to offer you less than you deserve. If you have been involved in a car accident, give our attorneys a call right away so that we can help you through this difficult time.

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    A car carrier overturned in Brecknock Township, near the Lancaster border, on Route 222. The accident closed that stretch of Route 222 and caused major traffic delays in the area for several hours before the accident could be cleared. The accident occurred around 11 in the morning on Route 222 South, very close to the Route 272 and Adamson interchange near Berks County, and the Denver interchange for the Pennsylvania Turnpike, in Lancaster County. As a result of the accident, the front end of the car carrier rolled onto its side in the median that was covered in snow, and the driver of the car carrier was trapped inside. He was stuck inside the front cab for about an hour before officials could rescue him. He was then taken to the nearby Reading Hospital. There has been no word on his injuries or his current status. A few of the cars that were being transported on the carrier fell off in the crash, meaning that officials responding to the accident had to move these cars individually before they could move the trailer and upright the front end to rescue the driver inside. Because of the accident, officials from Berks County and Lancaster County had to close Route 222 at the Adamson interchange and had to reroute traffic onto Route 272 / North Reading Road for over three and a half hours until the accident could be completely cleared. Southbound drivers were told to get on Route 272 South to bypass […]

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    A crash that occurred early in the morning on Route 30 in Lancaster County between two tractor trailers left four people injured, took down two traffic lights, and left a few utility poles damaged as well. Around 5 o’clock in the morning, a tractor trailer carrying 45,000 pounds of hybrid corn seed evidently failed to slow down enough while exiting off of Route 30 onto Lincoln Highway. It then hit the back of another tractor trailer, when it then veered off the road, hit another car and a pickup truck, and finally crashed into a utility pole. This occurred near Oakview Road in East Lampeter Township, near the Lancaster County Pennsylvania State Police barracks right by where Route 30 becomes Lincoln Highway East. The driver of the truck that veered off the road has been identified by police as Darryl Dixon, 36, of Philadelphia. He was listed as in serious condition at Lancaster General Hospital. The driver of the tractor trailer that was hit is Robert Naugle, 30, of Shippensburg. He was evidently not hurt in the collision. The driver of the car that was struck is Milton Myrick, 48, of Marietta, and he was evidently hurt in the accident. The driver of the pickup truck is David Ebling, 31, of York, and he was evidently not hurt. Witnesses at a nearby McDonald’s stated that they heard a loud noise and saw a damaged truck and wires hanging from the utility pole. Officials stated it would take hours to repair […]

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    An Amish woman from West Lampeter Township was seriously injured when her horse drawn buggy collided with a vehicle in East Lampeter Township. She was taken to Lancaster General Hospital and her situation has evidently improved slightly, from serious to fair, since the collision but is still suffering from her injuries. Rebecca Fisher, 27, was riding in her horse drawn buggy around 9:30 AM with her three daughters, ages 3 years, 21 months, and 4 months, when the vehicle hit her buggy while she was out riding on Route 896. Her youngest daughter was in a car seat. The vehicle, driven by 21 year old Matthew Tyler Maynard of Paradise, Pennsylvania, veered into the lane of oncoming traffic when it struck the buggy and later hit a light pole. The collision occurred at Joyce Lane, about half a mile north of Route 30. Maynard suffered from injuries to his face and head but was released from Lancaster General a few days later. The three children are reported to be in good condition at the Hershey Medical Center. Fisher and her daughters were thrown out of the closed buggy during the collision. The buggy was completely destroyed in the accident. There is no evidence that Fisher was involved in the crash, and there is no word about if Maynard will face any charges for the accident, but the police are not ruling out any causes for the accident. The horse ran from the accident and died in a driveway near the […]

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